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English Courses in New York

What comes to mind when you think of NYC are probably these things: the Central Park, the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building, Manhattan's skyscrapers, the Fifth Avenue, Times Square, Wall Street, and then there is one sentence all of us have heard of: New York, the city that never sleeps.

Anyway, there is much more to discover, for example, New York´s rural landscape, made up of America's biggest state park, the Adirondacks, the Catskills Mountains, and the different rivers, which separate the three NY isles on which much of New York is made up: Manhattan Island, Staten Island, and Long Island. The Central Park provides a wonderful green space where you can perfectly have a break and enjoy nature in the middle of NY.

New York City offers all the urban life you could possibly imagine. Nevertheless, it you prefer quiet than you will feel comfortable in Upstate New York. Even if you choose to stay in New York´s surrounding area it´s easy to get into the centre, all the suburbs are well connected by the subway.

Holidays
New Year's Day, January 2, January 16, February 13 and 20, May 28, July 4, September 3, October 8, November 6, 22 and 23, December 25

Climate
The summer months are usually warm, with average temperatures of 26°C. Nighttime conditions are often exacerbated by the urban heat island phenomenon, and temperatures exceed 32.2 °C on average of 17 days each summer and can exceed 38 °C. The winter is quite cold and it snows occasionally. The average temperatures are 5°C.

5 things to see, apart from those mentioned before
Broadway
View over NYC from the Rock Observation Deck (Rockefeller Center)
St. Patrick´s Cathedral
Manhattan skyline
Metropolitan Opera house

5 things to do
Take a ferry to Ellis Island, Estate Island and enjoy the view
Skating in the Central Park
Walk through Green Village
Shopping at SoHo
Trip to the Niagara Falls

Other Useful Information

New York has an excellent inexpensive transport system, including the underground Subway trains, which connect the many districts.

Airports
John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), La Guardia Airport (LGA) and Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR). The best way to get to and from the airports is by public buses and shuttles.

Bus
There are also around 4,000 buses plying the streets. They travel to almost every part of the city and beyond and the one-way-ticket costs the same, no matter how far you travel. Get sure that you have the exact amount of money if you by a one-way-ticket. You can pay with a travel token, a Metro card.

Taxi
There are numerous legendary yellow taxi cabs, which can be easily hailed and have become widely associated with the city. Extra travel charges may be included for luggage or late-night traveling.

Subway
The New York City Subway is a rapid transit system that has 468 stations. It offers service 24 hours per day and 365 days per year, so probably it’s the best way to get around for someone who visits the city for a certain time. Don´t forget to buy a TransitCard for unlimited bus and rapid transit travel.

English Schools in New York

- Sprachcaffe Nueva York

English Courses in New York

As follows you'll find all available course types we offer in New York, USA:

General English courses allow you to improve your English giving you a practical understanding of the language and how to use it. You will improve your level and your ability in English quickly and your fluency and real understanding of English in everyday situations by using real English and taking a full and active part in lessons.

-20 lessons per week (15 hours per week)
-Beginner to Advanced levels
-Start: Monday

Available at ... Sprachcaffe Nueva York.
Improve your English in a short time-period spending as much time as possible with a teacher and in a classroom environment with six lessons a day. The more exposure you have to English, the better your English learning will be.Lessons are focused on your four key skills: Speaking, Listening, Reading and Writing and other skills such as pronunciation, grammar or vocabulary.

-30 lessons per week (22.5 hours per week)
-Level Beginner to Advanced
-Start: Monday

Available at ... Sprachcaffe Nueva York.
This is a course which is 100% focused on your English language needs and designed by your teachers to meet your requirements.Individual focus wich means personalised attention to you having more uninturrepted teacher attention. You can combine One-to-One lessons with a group course.

-Lessons per week: 20, 30 or 40 must be combined with another course
-Level Beginner to Advanced
-1 lesson = 45 minutes

Available at ... Sprachcaffe Nueva York.
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